Whitinsville, MA, USA, July 27, 2010 â€“ The official cheering club of South Korean soccer, â€œThe Red Devils,â€? named Seoulâ€™s COEX Mall as its official 2010 FIFA World Cup cheer venue. To accommodate the 100,000+ fans, Seoul officials closed off The COEX to automobile traffic and installed LED screens, stages and sound systems. Despite the inner-city venueâ€™s challenges, crowds enjoyed great sound, thanks to EAWÂ®â€™s critically acclaimed KF740 and KF760 loudspeakers systems.
Elan Korea and TFOS Plus, two leading touring companies in Korea, called upon Chung-Bo Sound Inc., EAWâ€™s Korean distributor, to provide sound for the event. â€œEAW was used on two of the three stages. We needed to provide an incredibly high-output system that could intelligibly broadcast play-by-play action to the sea of red-faced fans,â€? stated Hyungjoon Jee, General Manager for Chung-Bo Sound. â€œThese EAW units delivered beautifully.â€?
To meet the demands, TFOS Plus used EAWâ€™s new KF740, eight per side, all powered by EAWâ€™s UX8800 Digital Processor. Elan Korea, on another stage, deployed an EAW KF760 line array rig consisting of eight KF760â€™s per side (left and right) and six EAW BH760 Bent Horn Subwoofers per side (left and right). They also used two EAW KF730â€™s for center fill and 10 EAW SM84â€™s as monitors, all powered by 12 Lab.gruppen FP1000Qâ€™s.
â€œEveryone doesnâ€™t just watch the game on TV at home. They go out to the streets to support their teams as a family,â€? remarked Jee. â€œThe attendees deserve great sound, and we are happy to service them with great EAW loudspeakers. Both Elan Korea and TFOS Plus are great fans of EAW and agree that the equipment is very easy to set-up, especially the KF740.â€?
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